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The catholic Moritz church, also lower parish, is three-aisled gothic basilica with romanischen elements dedicated to the holy Mauritius.
It is Ingolstadt's oldest surviving structure, the oldest part of which dates back to the 9th century, when the city was founded. However, most of the...More
One of my first stops when arriving in the city center of Ingolstadt was St. Moritz Church (Moritzkirche), which is located behind the Old Rathaus. The Moritzkircheis a Catholic parish church dedicated to Saint Maurice. The church dates back to the 9th century, when the...More
Moritzkirche is a small church right in front of the town city hall (Rathaus). Beside it is the 45m old watchtower or locally known as Pfeifturm. I was fortunate to get the chance to attend the tour arranged by Ingolstadt Tourismus about climbing this Pfeifturm...More